What is a perfect pair? A direct definition would be a combination of two designs that complement each other in the best way possible. Each pair brings out unique characteristics of each design.
When it comes to the way I pair, I often like to do a simple light and dark contrast. Obviously, this will not always work with every pair of clothing. Some things are just not meant to match.
There are many different ways someone could match clothing, but I often find it hard to match patterns the most.
When it comes to a patterned top, I think the bottom should be a solid color and vice versa. When it comes to shirts and ties, a little pattern can really bring out the best in both articles of clothing. It’s always best to make sure two patterns don’t clash because that’s when you’ll get the wrong kind of attention.
Perfect pairs also comes in many other forms like colors that show off your skin tone. People with tanner skin tones are often complemented by bright blues, such as teal, aqua and baby blue, as well as vivid reds and purples really bring out the best in that skin tone.
For people who have fair skin, colors often bounce off of your skin, so if you have something bright, don’t be afraid to wear it. It just means you will have more of a glow in your skin. People with dark skin can also rock some nice colors, so don’t be afraid of a little pep in your step.
The best thing you can do when it comes to pairing yourself with the right kinds of clothes is to always make sure that your clothes complement your body type.
If you are a little smaller than most people, don’t be afraid to wear things that make your body look good. Baggy clothes are not the best thing to wear unless you just want to have a calm and comfortable day around town.
It’s always good to just be able to find something that fits you just right. For bigger body types, clothes that hug you are so much better than clothes that consume you.
Be proud of who you are, your body type and all, own it and rock it and everyone will see how great you can be. Never be afraid to take a chance with something that could be the perfect pairing for who you are as a person.